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When & How to Shift Your Organization’s Performance Management System
March 22, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pmFree
The world has significantly changed over the past two years, including a massive shift to flexible schedules and working remotely. Therefore, how we evaluate performance and support professional development must shift as well. When managers provide consistent feedback, research shows that employees are three times more likely to be engaged. Beyond using feedback for employee surveys, sharing challenges or documenting annual performance reviews, leaders can implement a continuous feedback process that uses that information to discover needs in real time and where to invest more. If put in a proper framework in any organization, continuous feedback will lead to optimized performance and more engaged employees, building a culture of high performance. Join us to learn how to support your leaders in becoming more effective when delivering and receiving feedback to support their people in an ever-evolving work environment.
You will leave this webinar understanding how to:
- Determine if your current feedback process is working
- Shift from a traditional, singular event-driven performance management process to a continuous feedback model using proven strategies
- Address the gap between the skills employees have and the skills employees need
- Strengthen your leaders’ ability to give and receive feedback through effective training
Presenter: Jennifer Morgan
Jennifer joins Nonprofit HR as a consultant on the Outsourcing team responsible for engaging with her clients to support them in all aspects of the HR lifecycle. As an HR professional, Jennifer excels in the area of employee relations and has experience in both the oil&gas sector as well as social services. She prides herself as a committed leader who fosters a passion for strategic change and improvement.
Prior to joining Nonprofit HR, Jennifer served as the HR Manager at a social services agency that supported individuals with developmental disabilities. During her time there, Jennifer created, implemented, and facilitated a safety culture that led to a 62% decrease in workers compensation costs for the organization. Jennifer also continued to develop her project management skills through the creation of a DEI initiative, facilitating the annual all-staff meeting, and creating a development program to retain high potential employees for future succession.
With a bachelors’ degrees in Communication and History from the University of Lynchburg (formerly Lynchburg College) and her Professional of Human Resources (PHR) Certification, Jennifer holds the belief that improving one’s work environment and culture is critical to the overall success of an organization. Born and raised in Houston, TX, Jennifer now resides in southern Oregon where she enjoys bird watching, family trips to the lake, and game nights with friends.